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Melco using mounted NAS share
12-02-2018, 20:02
Post: #11
RE: Melco using mounted NAS share
Hi Simon,
thanks fo your quick answer.
Usally I use these stream.options:
convOut=-af aresample=resampler=soxr:precision=28
and theses stream.transcode:
flac(44):wav24;176, flac(88):wav24;176, flac(176):wav24;176, flac:wav24;192
But for testing on Melco I just used stream.transcode:
flac:wav24
This option works for me.
But flac:wav24;192 is not working.
Is Soxr to be installed separatly?

Regards J├╝rgen
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12-02-2018, 21:31
Post: #12
RE: Melco using mounted NAS share
Are you sure you have ffmpeg installed? What does the stream.converter property say?
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12-02-2018, 22:48
Post: #13
RE: Melco using mounted NAS share
The stream.coverter value is: opt/bin/ffmpeg
I installed ffmpeg as discribed, the ffpeg file is in the Minimserver directory under opt/bin.
I can't see whats wrongHuh
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12-02-2018, 23:24
Post: #14
RE: Melco using mounted NAS share
What do you mean by "flac:wav24;192 is not working"? What exactly happens when you specify this in stream.transcode?
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13-02-2018, 08:18
Post: #15
RE: Melco using mounted NAS share
I use a Linn Akurate DS an I choose the files from Melco (Minim) by Kinsky.
I had choosen one track (or album), I can see it in the playlist.
But the songs were not be played, after a short while it is skipped to the next song, without playing anything.
Usally this happens if a track is deletet or modified without rescanning minim.
But the songs are still there and with flac:wav they are played correctly.
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13-02-2018, 10:31
Post: #16
RE: Melco using mounted NAS share
Do you have Twonky running on the Melco as well as MinimServer? Twonky can consume a lot of CPU cycles and this might be interfering with ffmpeg. Try disabling Twonky using the instructions near the end of this section.
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13-02-2018, 17:30
Post: #17
RE: Melco using mounted NAS share
No, Twonky is diabled.
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13-02-2018, 19:52
Post: #18
RE: Melco using mounted NAS share
Are you sure you downloaded the armhf version of ffmpeg?
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14-02-2018, 17:41
Post: #19
RE: Melco using mounted NAS share
I unpacked this package (armhf build: ffmpeg-release-armhf-32bit-static.tar.xz - md5) from https://www.johnvansickle.com/ffmpeg/ to the melco share.
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14-02-2018, 18:02
Post: #20
RE: Melco using mounted NAS share
Did you unpack the complete contents of the package to the MinimServer/opt/bin folder? You should only put the ffmpeg file in this folder. If you unpacked other files as well, it is a good idea to delete these from the MinimServer/opt/bin folder to save space in the Melco system partition.

Please produce a trace log by doing the following:

1) From the MinimWatch minim icon, select 'Show log'
2) In the log window, set the logging level to Trace
3) Leave the log window open
4) Browse to a song and try to play it (one song only)
5) In the log window, click 'Save as' to save a log file
6) Zip the log file (this step is important)
7) Attach the zipped log file to a post here
8) In the log window, set the logging level back to Info

I will look at the log file to see if there is any information about what might be causing the problem.
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